Checking a Site's Supplemental Results in Google

Sep 14, 2006 • 10:53 am | comments (11) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Google Search Engine Optimization
 

You ever want a way to determine the number of supplemental results a particular site may have? In the past, you did a site command and sifted through the available pages to get an idea on that number. Now, Google appears to allow you to see those results by entering in the syntax [site:www.domain.com ***].

So for example, this site has 806 supplemental pages in the Google Supplemental index. How do I know? I search at Google on site:www.seroundtable.com/ ***.

But what about check each and every Google data center for supplemental results? There is a tool at oy-oy.eu that goes through each data center at Google, plugs in this operator and returns the number of supplemental results.

Further discussion at SEOMoz.org and Cre8asite Forums.

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